Monday, January 21, 2008

Crappy Sixers Lose to Equally Crappy Pacers

Normally I won't discuss every Sixers game, since they are barely relevant this year, but this loss is pretty low considering the Pacers don't even have Jermaine O'Neal in the lineup right now. The Pacers were led by Kareem Rush (huh?) who had his season high in points with 25. The Sixers started slow in this game and never really recovered. Andre Iguodala led the team with 23 points, but shot just 5 of 16 from the field.

The Sixers and their fans just need to gut it out this season. There is a lot of youth on this team that is really playing well, like Louis Williams and Thaddeus Young. After this season they will have some extra cap space, thanks to the wise move of parting with Kyle Korver, so they hopefully can attract a quality player to Philly. Of course, I am not sure many top players would want to play for this team. What good is extra cap space if it isn't used wisely on top talent? This summer is when we will find out what new GM Ed Stefanski is made of.

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